Issue 112

Administrator at High Tech Elementary Becomes First DPS Official to Use “BCC”

Administrator at High Tech Elementary Becomes First DPS Official to Use “BCC”

In what may trigger a policy change across all DPS schools, Nicole Bayer, who works in Administrative Support at High Tech Elementary, sent out a mass email, but chose to blind carbon copy (BCC) instead of carbon copy the recipients. “I just thought it seemed like the right thing to do,” said trailblazer Bayer. “I […]

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Northfield High Hires Bullies to Give Freshman Class Authentic Experience

Northfield High School has kicked off its first year, and in the first year, it will only have a freshman class. They will continue to phase in classes over the next three years, and the school will continue to grow after that, until they eventually become the academic and athletic powerhouse in the state. There […]

Stapleton Mom Already Critical of Kindergarten Curriculum

Stapleton Mom Already Critical of Kindergarten Curriculum

Stapleton mom Kaylynn Miller’s daughter Madelyn began kindergarten last week at Swigert Elementary, and so far, Kaylynn has not been impressed. “I feel like there is way too much downtime,” said Kaylynn. “I mean, reading, then recess, then more reading, and specials, and recess. That’s not necessarily the curriculum that will put my daughter on […]

New Business in Town Center to Pay Arm AND Leg for Lease

New Business in Town Center to Pay Arm AND Leg for Lease

A yet to be named retail business is headed into 29th St. Town Center, and they are hoping for big things. “We know a lot of great businesses have come and gone in the 29th St. Town Center,” says shop owner Cindy Kornfeld. “We know there are lots of challenges there, mostly involving the cost […]

Facebook Servers Crash Due to Stapleton “First Day of School” Posts

Facebook Servers Crash Due to Stapleton “First Day of School” Posts

The social networking company Facebook suffered major embarrassment due to technical difficulty last Wednesday after having servers overload, and putting the site down for just over two hours. “We had a major spike in traffic we simply weren’t prepared for,” said Facebook CIO Tim Campos. “We had an overload that was unexpected, and although we […]

58% of Stapleton Acquires Cold After First Week of School

58% of Stapleton Acquires Cold After First Week of School

Well, it has begun. We are all back swimming in the giant petri dish of viruses that is school. And with the school year, comes early cold season. In fact, a poll of 2,000 households shows that almost 60% of the neighborhood has contracted some sort of virus in their home. “It’s really frustrating,” said […]